CUTTING Edge ( Tuesday, 8.30pm, SBS) presents the twopart Israeli documentary Years of Blood in one showing, broken by World News Australia, taking us across the bloody terrain of the Middle East during the past six years. This compelling work provides a disturbingly graphic view of reality for Israelis and Palestinians. Speaking with politicians, decision- makers and leading military players, Emmy award- winning director Dan Setton goes behind closed doors into policy- making arenas. There’s also grim footage of violent attacks as well as army incursions. It is followed by Hot Docs: Bahais in My Backyard ( Tuesday, 11pm, SBS), a lighter investigation of the seemingly feel- good Bahai religion and its role in world politics. Robert Greenwald’s latest contentious documentary, Unconstitutional ( Thursday, 1pm, SBS), features the acclaimed director’s examination of the US Patriot Act and the way it has infringed civil liberties. Greenwald reveals how paranoia and fear have eroded American democracy without strengthening national security. Scared out of your wits? Then escape into part two of Gamer Revolution ( Thursday, 9.25, ABC), a progress report from the front line of digital transformation and the virtual world of online games. As the power of games grows, they have begun to colonise our lives, it seems, approaching the final frontier: sex. In the world of online sex games, everyone is a superhero.